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Nashik district, often spelled Nasik district, is a Maharashtra district in India. The district's administrative seat is the city of Nashik. The district of Nashik covers 15,530 square kilometres.It is bordered on the north by Dhule district, on the east by Jalgaon district, on the southeast by Aurangabad district, on the south by Ahmadnagar district, on the southwest by Thane district, on the west by Gujarat's Valsad and Navsari districts, and on the northwest by The Dangs district. The Western Ghats, also known as the Sahyadri range, runs through the western part of the district from north to south.The western section is steep and pierced by ravines, with the exception of a few villages in the far west, and only the most basic types of cultivation are possible. Several rivers drain the western slope of the Ghats, notably the Daman Ganga River, which flows westwards to the Arabian Sea.The Deccan Plateau, which runs through the district's eastern half, is open, rich, and well-cultivated. The Chander Range, which runs east and west, is the plateau's main dividing line.All of the streams to the south of the Chander Range, including the Kadwa and Darna, are tributaries of the Godavari River, which begins in the district and flows east to the Bay of Bengal. The Girna River and its tributary, the Mosam, flow eastward through rich valleys into the Tapti River to the north of the Chander Range. About Nashik Nashik District is situated between 18.33 and 20.53 degrees North latitude and 73.16 and 75.16 degrees East longitude in Maharashtra's northwest region, at a height of 565 metres above mean sea level. The mythical background of the District is extensive. During his vanvas, Lord Rama resided in Panchvati. Agasti Rushi also spent Tapasya at Nashik.Trimbakeshwar near Nashik is where the Godavari river begins. Trimbakeshwar also has one of the 12 Jyotirlingas. Veer Sawarkar, Anant Kanhere, Rev. Tilak, Dadasaheb Potnis, Babubhai Rathi, V.V. Shirwadkar, and Vasant Kanetkar are just a few of Nashik's well-known and towering figures.Because the climatic and soil characteristics of Surgana, Peth, and Igatpuri are similar to those of Konkan, Nashik is also known as Mini Maharashtra. Western Maharashtra is represented by Niphad, Sinnar, Dindori, and Baglan blocks, whereas Vidarbha is represented by Yeola, Nandgaon, and Chandwad blocks. Nashik, Malegaon, Manmad, and Igatpuri are just a few of the major cities in the Nashik District. In the north Maharashtra region, Nashik district is the third largest district in Maharashtra, with a population of 61,09,052 people and an area of 15,582 square kilometres.It is bordered on the north by Dhule district, on the east by Jalgaon district, on the southeast by Aurangabad district, on the south by Ahmadnagar district, on the southwest by Thane district, on the west by Gujarat's Valsad and Navsari districts, and on the northwest by The Dangs district. The Western Ghats, also known as the Sahyadri range, runs through the western part of the district from north to south. The western section is steep and pierced by ravines, with the exception of a few villages in the far west, and only the most basic types of cultivation are possible.Several rivers drain the western slope of the Ghats, notably the Daman Ganga River, which flows westwards to the Arabian Sea. The Deccan Plateau, which runs through the district's eastern half, is open, rich, and well-cultivated. The Satmala-Chandwad Range, which runs east and west, is the plateau's main dividing line. The region is home to Peninsular India's largest river, the Godavari, which starts in the Trimbakeshwar Range and flows eastwards through the district.The Satmala-Chandwad Range serves as a watershed, with rivers flowing into the Godavari from the south. The Kadva and Darna, both tributaries of the Godavari, are among them. The Girna River and its tributary, the Mosam, flow eastward through rich valleys into the Tapti River to the north of the Satmala-Chandwad Range. Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas, and is where Hindu genealogical registers are housed in Trimbakeshwar, Maharashtra. Trimbak is the source of the Holy Godavari river. Nashik is an old city in Maharashtra, India's northwest region. Nashik is most known for being one of Hindu pilgrimage places, the Kumbh Mela, which takes place every 12 years on the banks of the Godavari river.Nashik, around 190 kilometres north of the state capital Mumbai, is known as the "Wine Capital of India" since it is home to half of India's vineyards and wineries. Nashik It was once known as Gulshanabad and is a historically, mythologically, socially, and culturally significant city. It is known for its temples on the banks of the Godavari River and has historically been one of the Hindoo sacred sites.Once every twelve years, it is one of four cities that host the huge Sinhastha Kumbh Mela. Geography After Mumbai and Pune, Nashik is Maharashtra's third largest city. Nashik is located in Maharashtra's northern region, at a height of 700 metres (2,300 feet) above sea level, which allows for excellent temperature variance, especially during the winter months. Nashik is located at an elevation of 700 metres above sea level and is surrounded by lush mountainous landscapes.The river Godavari flows past the original residential area, currently in the city's core area, and originates from the Brahmagiri Mountain, Trimbakeshwar, some 24 kilometres (15 mi) from Nashik. The river was dying at an alarming rate due to severe pollution caused by factories near the city.It has since been cleaned successfully. Other notable rivers that run through Nashik include the Vaitarana, Bhima, Girana, Kashyapi, and Darana. Nashik is a volcanic structure on the western margin of the Deccan Plateau. Trimbakeshwar lies roughly 30 kilometres (19 miles) from the city and is the source of the Godavari River.The city's land area is around 259.13 km2 (100.05 sq mi). Lord Hanuman was born at Anjaneri, a small town near Nashik. Because of its tropical location and high altitude, the city has a comparatively mild tropical wet and dry climate. Temperatures rise somewhat in October, but the chilly season begins in November and lasts until February.Warm days with highs of around 28 °C, but cool nights with lows of around 10 °C and highly dry air characterise the cool season. Tourist Places All-religion temple Tapovan Mangi Tungi Temple Panchvati Pandav Caves Shri Trimbakeshwar Temple Shree Saptshrungi Gad Ramkund Kushavart Tirtha Trimbakeshwar Shree Someshwar Temple Dhammagiri – Vipassana Centre,Centre for Artillery Anjaneri Coin Museum The Dadasaheb Phalake Museum The Mineral Museum of Gargoti Waterfall at Dudhsagar Waterfall at Duggarwadi Trimbakeshwar How to Reach Nashik district is located in the northwestern region of Maharashtra state, between 19° 35' and 20° 52' north latitude and 73° 16' and 74° 56' east longitude. Airplane The nearest airport is Ojhar Nashik International Airport, which is around 24 kilometres from the city centre. Flights to Delhi, Bengalore, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Pune, Belgavi, and other locations are available. Rail Transport The railway station on Nashik Road is a vital link between Mumbai and Kalyan, Manmad and Bhusaval, and Kolkata and Delhi. The Central Railway Section of the Indian Railways was the country's first electrified division. The railway station is barely 11 kilometres from the city centre, which is why it is also known as Nashik Street.The Indian Railways has also announced a rail link to the Dahanu road. Nasik will also see the establishment of a new bottling factory. One train from Hyderabad will depart in the near future. Trains run from Nasik to the Shirdi pilgrimage. Deolali (just a ten-minute train ride from Mumbai city) is another one-railway station that serves the residents of the Deolali cantonment region.Around 50 trains pass by this station on a daily basis, and it is well connected to the cities of Mumbai, Nanded, Aurangabad, Hyderabad, Agra, Bhopal, Delhi, Kolkata, Nagpur, Jamshedpur, Jammu, Guwahati, Mangalore, and Madgaon, as well as many other Indian towns. By Road Nashik is well connected by road to all other cities in the country. The Mumbai-Agra national highway goes through Nashik. It is also well connected to Pune via the NH-50 motorway. Nashik serves as a vital link between major state routes. Surat, Mumbai, and Aurangabad, as well as Pune, Dhule, Ahmednagar, and other key Indian cities, are all connected to Nashik.It has been creating major road infrastructure in recent years. Between Nashik and Mumbai, a privately built expressway will be completed. The NH-3 national highway is being converted into a multi-lane motorway, with approximately six flyovers running through the city of Nashik.The flyovers will begin at the major garvare point and end at the Hanuman temple in Panchvati. One of the flyovers is approximately 6800 metres long, and it will run from Mumbai Naka to the Hanuman Temple. This huge project, worth thousands of crores, is being built by Larsen and Toubro.


Nashik district is the third largest district in Maharashtra in terms of population of 6,107,187 and occupying an area of 15,582 square kilometres in the north Maharashtra region. It is bounded by Dhule District to the north, Jalgaon District to the east, Aurangabad District to the southeast, Ahmadnagar District to the south, Thane District to the southwest, Valsad and Navsari districts of Gujarat to the west, and The Dangs district of Gujarat state to the northwest.Nashik district is the third largest district in Maharashtra in terms of population of 6,107,187 and occupying an area of 15,582 square kilometres in the north Maharashtra region. It is bounded by Dhule District to the north, Jalgaon District to the east, Aurangabad District to the southeast, Ahmadnagar District to the south, Thane District to the southwest, Valsad and Navsari districts of Gujarat to the west, and The Dangs district of Gujarat state to the northwest.

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